Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 29 Aug 2011 08:21 and updated at 29 Aug 2011 08:21


vrm.4.3 Saying thus to those valorous Rama and Lakshmana, Hanuman, the sententious wordsmith, spoke nothing further.
vrm.4.4 out, the eminently lettered Hanuman said this in his return.
vrm.4.4 Thus Hanuman on speaking melodious words with politeness, also said to Raghava as, good, we may now approach Sugreeva.
vrm.4.66 Then, your left cheekbone, zygomatic arch, is broken when you fell down on a highest mountaintop, from thereupon your name phrase is indeed averred as Hanuman.
vrm.5.30 The noble minded Hanuman, abiding in the midst of the twigs of the trees and seeing Seetha, spoke the following words of many kinds which were not futile.
vrm.5.31 Looking at sides, up and down, that Seetha saw that Hanuman, the son of Marut, having an unimaginable intelligence, the minister of Sugreeva and looking like the sun behind an eastern mountain.
vrm.5.32 Seetha, looking hither and thither, saw Hanuman, who was having a wide and curved mouth, doing acts as told by sugreeva the king of Vanaras, the foremost of Vanaras, greatly adored and the best among the inelligent.
vrm.5.34 Then, that slender waisted Seetha, the daughter of Janaka, thus having made up her mind, did not reply in return anything further to Hanuman.
vrm.6.1 Touched with joy to hear the words rightly spoken by Hanuman, Rama replied as follows: A very outstanding work, the most arduous in the world has been done by Hanuman, which could not be carried out even in thought by any other on the surface of this earth.
vrm.6.1 Indeed, I cannot perceive as such anyone other than Garuda, Vayu and Hanuman, who can cross the mighty ocean.
vrm.6.1 Who is able to capture that citadel, by assault, that is exceedingly dangerous to be attacked and which is powerfully guarded by Rakshasas, but one whose courage and valour are equal to Hanumans? A great act of service has been done by Hanuman to Sugriva thus by exhibiting his strength corresponding to his pace.
vrm.6.1 Through the discovery of Sitas retreat by this faithful messenger, Hanuman has fulfilled the task entrusted to him unfalteringly to the satisfaction of Sugriva and hence there was no diminution to his self.
vrm.6.1 Let me at least embrace this magnanimous Hanuman since in the present circumstances, this is all that is easily obtained from me.
vrm.6.1 Thus saying, Rama vibrating with joy, clasped Hanuman in his arms who, master of himself, his mission fulfilled, had returned.
vrm.6.1 Having received the tidings of Sita, what can now be done to take the Vanaras to the farther side the sea? Thus speaking to Hanuman, Rama the destroyer of enemies and the mighty armed, was filled with apprehension and then became absorbed in thought.
vrm.6.4 Rama, a very bright man and a true warrior, having duly heard the words of Hanuman from the beginning, thereafter spoke as follows: I shall destroy quickly Lanka, the city of that terrible Rakshasa Ravana, of which you just informed I am really telling this.
vrm.6.4 I myself, mounted on the shoulders of Hanuman, like Indra on Airavata, will march in the centre of my troops, duly cheering the multitude of army.
vrm.6.4 Rama and Lakshmana the best among men being carried on shoulders by Hanuman and Angada the two Vanaras, were effulgent like the Moon and the Sun having come together in contact with two large planets Jupiter and Venus.
vrm.6.17 Having thought for a moment, Sugriva spoke these sterling words to all those Vanaras and to Hanuman in particular.
vrm.6.17 Hearing those words of Sugriva, the exceedingly strong Rama addressed as follows to the Vanaras in front of Hanuman staying near by: The very reasonable words uttered by Sugriva about Vibhishana were heard by you too.
vrm.6.17 Then the well educated Hanuman, the excellent among counselors spoke the following smooth meaningful, sweet and brief words:
vrm.6.19 Hanuman and Sugreeva asked Vibhishana as follows: How can we cross the imperturbable ocean, the habitation of Varuna, by all of us along with our army of Vanaras possessing a great splendor? In what manner shall we along with the army swiftly cross the sea, the lord of streams and rivers, and arrive at that strategy?
vrm.6.22 You ascend the shoulder of Hanuman and let Lakshmana ascend the shoulder of Angada.
vrm.6.26 "It is all due to Angada s design that Seetha was found by Hanuman, who is a swift Vanara and a well wisher of Rama.
vrm.6.28 He is known as the son of Vayu and famously called as Hanuman.
vrm.6.29 Beholding those foremost of Vanara leaders pointed out by Shuka the most valiant Lakshmana Ramas right arm, his own brother Vibhishana standing close to Rama, the terribly powerful Sugreeva the king of all Vanaras, the strong Angada grandson of Indra the wielder of thunderbolt, the powerful Hanuman, the imincible Jambavan, Sushena, Kumuda, Nila, Nala the excellent of Vanaras, Gaja, Gavaksha, Sharabha, Mainda and Dvivida that Ravana his heart became agitated a little, was enraged and then abused those two heroes Shuka and Sarana who had completed their report.
vrm.6.30 Another one is the son of the teacher Brihaspati of Indra, called Kesari by whose son Hanuman the Rakshasas were destroyed.
vrm.6.30 Here is the son of Vayu the Lord of Wind well known as Hanuman.
vrm.6.31 O, Seetha! Sugreeva the king of Vanaras with his neck broken and Hanuman with his jaw removed were laid down and killed by the Rakshasas.
vrm.6.32 She heard Ravana narrating about Ramas friendly relationship with Sugreeva, as earlier apprised by Hanuman.
vrm.6.34 Which mortal would accomplish the crossing of the ocean, the discovery of Seetha by Hanuman, and the carnage of the Rakshasas in combat on this earth? Though admonished in many ways by the aged ministers and his mother he is not inclined to set you free, any more than a miser would leave his hold on his riches.
vrm.6.37 Meanwhile, Rama the king of men and Sugreeva the Sovereign of Vanaras, Hanuman the son of Vayu, Jambavan the king of the Rikshas, Vibhishana the Rakshasa, Angada the son of Vali, Lakshmana, Sushena along with his kinsfolk, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaja, Gavaksha, Kumuda, Nala and Panasa, all having reached the enemy s territory, assembled to take counsel together.
vrm.6.37 "Let Hanuman that son of the Wind and of inscrutable spirit, surrounded by a multitude of Vanaras, enter the City through the western gate.
vrm.6.38 Hanuman, Angada, Nila, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaja, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sharabha, Gandhamadana, Panasa, Kumuda, Hara, Rambha the chief of the troop, Jambavan, sushena, the greatly wise Rishabha, Durmukha of great splendour, Shatabali the Vanara and other hundreds of Vanaras which are fast moving, which can wander easily on mountains with a speed akin to that of wind, ascended that Suvela mountain which Rama ascended.
vrm.6.41 Then, Vibhishana, Sugreeva, Hanuman, Jambavan the king of Rikshas, Nala, Nila and Lakshmana accompanied that Rama.
vrm.6.41 The strong Vanara Hanuman together with Prajangha, Tarasa and other warriors, guarded the western gate.
vrm.6.43 The ever indomitable Sampati fought with Prajangha and Hanuman the Vanara measured his strength with Jambumali.
vrm.6.43 Hanuman, the son of the wind god, ascended his chariot and soon overthrew it together with the Rakshasa, with the palm of his hand.
vrm.6.45 Rama the scourger of his enemies ordered both the sons of Sushena, Nila the chief of Vanaras, Angada the son of Vali, the stron Sharabha, Dvivida, Hanuman, the very strong Sanuprastha, Rishabha and Rishabha skandha.
vrm.6.45 Those Vanaras with Hanuman in first place gathered at a place and stood surrounding Rama and Lakshmana, who wee bound by a net work of arrows and lying down on the battle ground.
vrm.6.46 Nila, Dvivida, Mainda, Sushena, Kumuda, Angada along with Hanuman forthwith began to grieve for Rama and Lakshmana.
vrm.6.46 Indrajit the wielder of a great bow smacked the chest region of Jambavan with an arrow and released ten arrows towards Hanuman, the swift Vanara.
vrm.6.47 Hanuman, Angada, Nila, Sushena, Kumuda, Nala, Gaja, Gavaksha, Panasa, Sanuprastha and the mighty Jambavan with Sunda, Rambha, Shatabali and Prithu all these Vanaras, armed with trees, reorganized their ranks, stood alert, surveyed the quarters of the sky up and down and on every side and, even if a grass stirred, they exclaimed, It is a Rakshasa!
vrm.6.50 O, King! Let Hanuman the son of Vayu go there.
vrm.6.51 That Dhumraksha of mighty prowess, surrounded by Rakshasas, set forth amidst mocking laughter, through the western gate where the army chief Hanuman was stationed.
vrm.6.52 Seeing the army perturbed due to tormented by Dhumraksha, Hanuman was enraged and turned towards him, taking a gigantic rock in his hands.
vrm.6.52 Hanuman, who was equal in strength to his father, with his eyes inflamed with anger, flung the rock on the chariot of Dhumraksha.
vrm.6.52 Thereafter, Hanuman the son of Maruta the wind god, after breaking the chariot, destroyed the Rakshasas with trunks of trees furnished with their branches.
vrm.6.52 The valiant Dhumraksha lifted his mace and making a roaring sound, ran towards that Hanuman who was rushing on him suddenly.
vrm.6.52 That Hanuman, who was endowed with an energy similar to the wind, was in no way disturbed by that blow but struck Dhumraksha on the middle of his skull with his rocky peak.
vrm.6.52 That illustrious Hanuman the son of Pavana having destroyed his enemies, causing rivers of blood to flow, weary of slaughter of the enemies, with delight, received the cordial felicitations by the Vanaras.
vrm.6.56 Seeing those companions, getting under the sway of death pursued by Akampana s darts, the mighty Hanuman went to their rescue.
vrm.6.56 Seeing Hanuman their great leader, all those valiant and the best of the Vanaras together rallied and grouped themselves boldly round him.
vrm.6.56 Observing Hanuman s courage, those excellent Vanaras took shelter in his powerfulness and became powerfulness and became powerful indeed.
vrm.6.56 Akampana, like Mahendra, assailed a hail of arrows on Hanuman, who remained as firm as a rock.
vrm.6.56 Heedless of the flood of weapons that fell upon his body, the mighty Hanuman resolved in his mind to slay Akampana.
vrm.6.56 Laughing heartily that Hanuman, the son of Maruta the wind god and possessing a great splendour, leapt on the Rakshasa, causing the earth to shake as it were.
vrm.6.56 As he roared burning with energy, the form of Hanuman became difficult to overpower, like a blazing fire.
vrm.6.56 Knowing himself to be bereft of any weapon, Hanuman the excellent Vanara, with a rage, uplifted a mountain quickly.
vrm.6.56 That valiant Hanuman, seizing a very great mountain with one hand and letting up a roar, began to spin it rapidly.
vrm.6.56 Thereafter, as formerly in an encounter Indra hurled his thunderbolt at Namuchi, Hanuman rushed towards Akampana.
vrm.6.56 Seeing that rocky peak shatterd in the air by the Rakshasa s arrows and falling in pieces, Hanuman became mad with anger.
vrm.6.56 Approaching an Ashwakarna tree as large as a mountain, in the transport of rage that possessed him, that Hanuman uprooted it speedily.
vrm.6.56 Taking hold of that Ashvakarna tree with large branches, in his great strength, Hanuman with immense delight spinned it, while standing on the ground.
vrm.6.56 Then, the highly enraged Hanuman began to run with great strides, breaking down the trees by his strength and tearing up the earth with his feet.
vrm.6.56 Hanuman struck down Elephants as also who rode upon them and charioteers with their chariots and the terrific infantry of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.56 Seeing that Hanuman, like unto Yama the Destroyer of vital Breaths, full of wrath armed with a tree and taking off lives, the Rakshasas took of flight.
vrm.6.56 The valiant Akampana, beholding that Hanuman who was enraged and rushing on, sowing terror among his soldiers, was greatly perturbed and set up a mighty shout.
vrm.6.56 With fourteen sharp arrows that tore the flesh, that Akampana pierced the highly valiant Hanuman.
vrm.6.56 Riddled with sharp pointed shafts, that warrior Hanuman appeared like a mountain on which a number of plants shooted up.
vrm.6.56 That mighty Hanuman of great strength with a large body shone like a fire without smoke and resembled a blooming Ashoka tree.
vrm.6.56 Thereafter, showing a great haste in uprooting another tree, Hanuman struck the head of Akampana the General of Rakshasas.
vrm.6.56 Struck with a tree by that high souled and enraged Hanuman, that Rakshasa fell down and died.
vrm.6.56 When those Rakshasas had entered Lanka, all the mighty Vanaras approached Hanuman and paid homage to him.
vrm.6.56 That Hanuman, of noble nature honoured all those delighted Vanaras, in accord with their rank and the occasion.
vrm.6.56 Then, the troops of deities along with Rama himself, the exceedingly strong Lakshmana, Sugreeva and other Vanaras and the mighty Vibhishana paid homage to Hanuman.
vrm.6.59 Hearing the words of Rama, Ravana of great strength, full of rage and recollecting his former hostility struck with flaming arrows resembling the tongues of the Fire of Dissolution, on Hanuman the son of Vayu, who with extreme velocity, was bearing Rama in the battle field.
vrm.6.59 Even when struck by that Rakshasa with his arrows in the battle, the vigour of Hanuman, who was endowed with native strength, increased still further.
vrm.6.59 Thereupon, seeing Hanuman the Tiger among the Vanaras getting wounded by Ravana, Rama was transported with anger.
vrm.6.73 With lances, spikes and sharp arrows, charged with sacred texts, Indrajit the excellent Rakshasa struck all those foremost of Vanaras, namely Hanuman, Sugreeva, Angada, Gandhamadana, Jambavan, Sushena, Vegadarshina, Mainda, Dvivida, Nila, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Kesari, Hariloma, Vidyuddamshtra, Suryanana, Jyotimukha, a Vanara called Dadhimukha, Pavakaksha, Nala as also a Vanara named Kumuda.
vrm.6.74 Hearing the words of Jambavan, Vibhishana spoke the following words, why do you enquire about Hanuman, passing over the venerable sons of Dasaratha? O venerable one! The exceptional affection, you are showing towards Hanuma, is not being shown towards Sugreeva or Angada or even Rama.
vrm.6.101 Taking that mountain peak, which looked like a dark rainy cloud, that Hanuman jumped up into the sky.
vrm.6.113 O, Hanuman! I indeed do not see any appropriate thing here, which pleases you in return, to offer you, who have announced these tidings pleasant to me, even after enervating my brain.
vrm.7.40 Thereupon Rama, being stricken with curiosity, with folded palms and humbly accosted Agastya, residing in the southern quarter, with pregnant accents, saying: Thou sayest that Ravana and Vali had unequalled strength but methinks theirs can not equal that of Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 Heroism, liberality, strength, patience, intellect, knowledge of laws and means, prowess and energy all exist together in Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 When the Vanara host lost heart on beholding the ocean, Hanuman, consoling crossed over the deep extending over a hundred leagues.
vrm.7.40 What to speak of more, Hanuman, single handed, slew Ravana s commander in chief, the minister s son, his servants and his one son.
vrm.7.40 Being released from the Brahma weapon Hanuman remonstrated with Ravana, and reduced Lanka into ashes like unto fire burning down earth.
vrm.7.40 What I have seen myself performed by Hanuman in the conflict is above the power of Kala, Vasava and even the lord of riches.
vrm.7.40 What more, had not Hanuman, the friend of the king of Vanaras Sugriva, been in my company who could have brought Sita s intelligence ?Why did not Hanuman, although wishing welfare unto Sugriva, reduce Vali to ashes like so many creepers on the occasion of his quarrel with Sugriva ?Methinks, Hanuman was not cognisant of his own prowess then ?And therefore he did stoop to witness the miseries of Sugriva the king of Vanaras who was dearer than his life.
vrm.7.40 O thou worshipped of the immortals, do thou truly describe unto me this action of Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 Hearing those well meaning words of Raghava, the ascetic Agastya said to him in the presence of Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 "O foremost of Raghus, what, thou hast said regarding Hanuman, is all true.
vrm.7.40 As regards, strength, velocity and intellect there is none who can equal Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 O represser of enemies, in the days of yore Hanuman was imprecated by the ascetics, whose curses never become fruitless, to the effect that he would never be conscious of his whole strength.
vrm.7.40 I am not capable of describing to thee the wondrous childish feat which Hanuman did perform in his boyhood.
vrm.7.40 Hanuman s father Kesari reigned in the mountain Sumeru which resembles gold by the inluence of the sun.
vrm.7.40 Repairing to a dense forest for collecting fruits, the excellent damsel gave birth to Hanuman resembling the tip of a Sala tree and went away.
vrm.7.40 Being distressed with hunger on account of the absence of the mother, Hanuman, just born, cried like Kartikeya, the commandcr in chief of the Devas, in the forest of Saras.
vrm.7.40 At this time the sun resembling Yava flowers, having risen, Hanuman, to get a fruit, sprang up.
vrm.7.40 Being desirous of holding the newly risen sun, Hanuman, resembling it, began to leap in the middle of the welkin.
vrm.7.40 The child Hanuman having thus ascended the sky, Devas, Danavas and Yakshas surprisingly exclaimed "The velocity, with which Marut s son is going, is not possessed even by the Wind, Garuda and mind.
vrm.7.40 Rising high up in the sky on account of childish freaks and traversed many thousand leagues by the help of his father Hanuman neared the sun.
vrm.7.40 Considering that he was a mere child and therefore not tarnished by any sin and that a great divine work would be accomplished by him in future the sun did not burn Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 At the every day when Hanuman sprang up to hold the sun, Rahu too essayed to possess him.
vrm.7.40 Having reached the top of the sun s car Hanuman touched Rahu; so he, the represser of the moon s rays, accordingly went back on beholding the sun thus possessed.
vrm.7.40 Hearing the words of Rahu, the King of the Devas, wearing a golden garland, having his understanding bewildered, proceeded, on the back of his elephant chief Airavat, huge like the summit of the Kailasa hill, with temporal juice always trickling, having four tusks, roaring, and adorned with golden bells, towards Hanuman and the sun with Rahu before him.
vrm.7.40 Having left behind Indra, Rahu quickly went there but led away on beholding the huge bodied Hanuman resembling a mountain summit.
vrm.7.40 Thereupon leaving aside the sun and being desirous of holding Rahu, the son of Sinhika considering him as a fruit, Hanuman again sprang up into the sky.
vrm.7.40 Beholding Hanuman approach renouncing the sun, Rahu with his countenance only visible, desisted and went back.
vrm.7.40 Proceeding thus tempestuously when he rose above the head of Indra, Hanuman, looked in a moment dreadful like the fire of dissolution.
vrm.7.40 But not greatly enraged the thousand eyed lord of Sachi, with the thunder bolt in his hand, struck the running Hanuman.
vrm.7.40 Belaboured by the thunder bolt of Indra Hanuman fell down and broke his left jaw.
vrm.7.42 And having engaged Hanuman, Vayu s son in the service of Sugriva, Surya too went back to the sky.
vrm.7.47 Many kings, Vibhishana, Sugriva, Hanuman and many others adorned the assembly and Rama excelled Indra, the lord of the Devas, in splendour.
vrm.7.49 Having placed on his lap the long armed Angada and Hanuman, the mighty car warrior the lotus eyed Rama said to Sugriva Angada" is thy good son and Hanuman is thy wise councillor.
vrm.7.49 Having said this, the illustrious Rama took of from his arms valuable ornaments and adorned Angada and Hanuman therewith.
vrm.7.50 Do thou, O Sugriva, protect lovingly the highly powerful Hanuman, Nala, thy father in law Sushena, the mighty Tara, irrepressible Kumada, the powerful Neela, the heroic Satabali, Mainda, Dvivida, Gaya, Gavaksha, Gavaya, Sarava, the irresprcssible and powerful king of Rikshas Jambavan, Gandhamadana, valiant Rishava, Supatala, Kesari, Sarabha and Sumbha these and other heroic Vanaras who dedicated their lives to my service.
vrm.7.50 The Vanaras and Rakshasas having said this, Hanuman bowing, said unto Rama "May my loving reverence be always in thee, O king; may my devotion unto thee remain unshaken, O hero; and may my mind be not attached unto any other thing.
vrm.7.50 After Hanuman had said this, Rama rose up from his throne and having embraced Hanuman afectionately said, "O foremost of Vanaras, what thou hast said, shall undoubtedly be caried out into action.
vrm.7.50 Having said this, Rama took off from his neck a chain set with sapphires brilliant as the rays of the moon and placed it round the neck of Hanuman.
vrm.7.50 Like unto the mountain Sumeru beautified by the rising of the moon on its summit, Hanuman, the foremost of Vanaras, appeared graceful with the chain placed on his breast.
vrm.7.121 Having thus addressed the king of Rakshasas always obeying Raghava s command, Kakuthstha said to Hanuman "It is settled that thou shalt live forever, do thou, now observe thy promise.
vrm.7.121 Being thus addressed by the high souled Raghava Hanuman attained to great delight and said: As long as the sacred theme shall pass current in this world I shall live here carrying out thy commands.

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